Former President Donald Trump unloaded on Vice President Kamala Harris for her recent North Korea gaffe; Harris mistakenly called North Korea our ally when she meant to refer to South Korea.
While giving a speech at the Korean Peninsula’s Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) last week, Vice President Kamala Harris made a rather significant mix-up. Harris stressed America’s “strong alliance” with “the Republic of North Korea.”
“It is an alliance that is strong and enduring,” the Veep said, intending to refer to the Republic of Korea, which is South Korea’s official name.
During a rally in Warren, Michigan, over the weekend, Trump called Harris a “North Korea sympathizer,” saying “I think that was one of the worst mistakes of all.”
“Can you imagine? They’re standing on the border. North Korea’s over there shooting off missiles as she’s speaking,” Trump added,
Commenting on his relationship with North Korean leader Kim Jong Un, Trump explained, “I got along very good with Kim Jong Un. We got along great with Kim Jong Un. We didn’t have a problem, but he doesn’t like these people too much.”
From Independent Journal Review:
Continuing to mock Harris, Trump told the crowd, “That would be one of the only times where they should have sent somebody up to talk to her and say ‘Listen, you’re really made a big one. We got to change this.’”
The former president suggested “normally, if you blow it, I don’t want to have somebody walk up here say ‘Sir, could you just rephrase it, please.’ I’d get angry. But you know what? That one I would be very happy to receive their advice because that’s one of the worst I’ve ever seen.”
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